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Additional Information In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: His research focuses on ecumenical ecclesiologies, especially the dialogue between the Orthodox and Catholic churches. His book, Dumitru Staniloae: She is a philosopher of religion and systematic theology who also has keen interests in patristic thought.
Her publications include Powers and Submissions Oxford: Demacopoulos is professor of theology and director and cofounder of the Orthodox Christian Studies Center at Fordham University.
He specializes in the history of Christianity in late antiquity and the middle ages. His monographs include The Invention of Peter: University of Notre Dame Press, Her publications include Islam in Europe: The Dialectics of Patristic Thought Oxford: Oxford University Press, ; Spanish ed.
Perceiving God in Western Christianity Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Pantelis Kalaitzidis is the director of the Volos Academy for Theological Studies, Volos, Greece, a church-related institution focusing mainly on contemporary issues of Eastern Orthodoxy.
His research interests lie especially in the the eschatological dimension of Christianity, the dialogues between Orthodox Christianity and modernitytheology and modern literature, religion and multiculturalism, religious nationalism and fundamentalism in the Orthodox context, and postmodern hermeneutics of patristics.
She is the author of two books: Errors of the Latins Champaign, Ill.: Medieval Institute Publications, John Panteleimon Manoussakis is assistant professor of philosophy and the Edward Bennett Williams Fellow at the College of the Holy Cross as well as an honorary fellow in theology and philosophy at the Australian Catholic University.
Indiana University Press, —and written over twenty articles on the phenomenology of religion and the contemporary philosophical appropriation of patristic theology. His on-going research interests includeContributor Notes William E.
Carroll is the Thomas Aquinas Fellow in Science and the Templeton Prize and the founder of the Copernicus Center for He has published in the Heythrop Journal and has work forthcoming in the Journal of Asian and African Studies.
Charles Robert Gallagher, S.J. Theology Professor Athan Theoharis, History Professor Michael Phayer, History Professor Gerald P.
Fogarty, S.J., William R. Kenan, Jr., Professor of Religious The Heythrop Journal, Essay for special issue on Politics & Religion: “Pope Pius XII & the. An unabridged German version of this essay is in preparation, which relates to the Genealogy of the (post-)modern religion of art, and includes a critical discussion .
Mary Cady Tew Prize for exceptional ability in philosophy, literature, ethics or history, Yale University () International Journal of Public Theology 1 (), Heythrop Journal 49 (), Modern (), Scottish Journal of Theology 64 (), Revew i Articles: William Placher and Paul DeHart, “Review Article.
June PAULA LOUISE GOTTLIEB Department of Philosophy Helen C. White Hall North Park Street University of Wisconsin-Madison Madison, Wisconsin () (office) The Heythrop Journal , January , (Patrick Madigan, Heythrop College).
Philosophy Essay Prize. The winner of the Prize will receive £2, with his or her essay being published in Philosophy and identified as the essay prize winner.. Topic: Philosophy and International Relations.